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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Courtney Mae Marstall, 28, Battle Ground, and Bryce Allen Flattum, 34, Battle Ground.

Emma Lynn Dietel, 20, Vancouver, and Noah Timothy Stecher, 21, Vancouver.

Grant G. Silva, 35, Vancouver, and Kaela H. Zarkovich, 35, Vancouver.

Hannah Maria Miller, 32, Battle Ground, and Halmut Falko Spath, 45, Battle Ground.

Lydia Hope Clark, 23, Hillsboro, Ore., and Bradford Alan Benson, 23, Hillsboro.

Mark V. Bulla, 26, Vancouver, and Elina Igorevna Zhmurko, 20, Battle Ground.

Ronald Keith Johnson, 30, Vancouver, and Cassandra Terese Gossman, 26, Vancouver.

Sharon Caroll Huennekens, 37, Vancouver, and Robert Brian Lee Ferguson, 54, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Denora E. and Johnny R. Martinez. Petitioner’s name changed to Denora E. Sandoval.

Jennifer and Martin Parmentier. Petitioner’s name changed to Jennifer Pauline Foster.

Nada Lokman and Main Sarker.

PETITIONS FILED

Andrew Henry Price III and Shea Ann Kingsbury.

Annabelle Jiganie Bolin and Jeffrey Bobby Guedell Bolin.

Charles Edward and Cecilia Njoki Clawson.

Diane Raye and Dawn Marlys Erickson-Uphoff.

Emmanuel Jonathan and Carrie Elizabeth Cortes.

Mark Michael and Jennifer Lynn Dearborn.

Rekha Shastry and Anirban Chowdhury.

Sarah Gabrielle and Kelly Alan Bodish.

Wendy Rae and Cameron Eugene Crabtreee.

Court Sentencings

The Columbian’s policy is to publish all Clark County Superior Court felony sentencings, as provided by the Clark County Clerk’s Office. Addresses are provided by the courts and may have changed by the time of sentencing.

SUPERIOR

Daniel James Lewis, 44, 9004 N.E. Benton Drive, 90 days, attempting to elude pursuing police.

Maai Emannuel German Hinton, 21, 2502 East 34th St. Apt C, 366 days, second-degree robbery.

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